Building up a Pake c'mute, and i'm trying to install a Sram S300 Crankset (thanks for sending it out so fast Scrod). The problem i'm running into is the Chainring is rubbing on Frame. Never had this problem with this crankset. on other installs. Fram is a 68mm BB shell.
I know not to put any spacers on a GXP BB.
Smaller Chainring? 46T?
Can i move the Chainring to the outside of the spindle?
shouldn't the chainring be on the outside anyway?
what is the difference/or is there much difference between the Cinelli Vai Palm Compact (no longer made) and the Cinelli Mash Drop Compact? From pics I've seen it looks like the tops of the Palm are flater, but the Mash is somewhat flat as well.
Last edited by bowzette; 05-09-14 at 03:35 PM. Reason: I meant to say "VAI" not "VIA"
The funny thing in this instance is that I know someone who rides a C'mute frame and is using S300s without any trouble. Using a spacer on the drive side isn't usually something I would recommend but if you can install the crank using one without needing to over-tighten the NDS arm to get it to seat properly on the spindle (and crush the bearing in the process), give it a whirl.
Phil, chris, white, or paul?
If you had to kill three of the companies.
Would it be possible to drill a brake hole in the Alpina fork? since it has an aluminium steerer. I've seen people online do it, but I'd rather ask you for clarification before I end up killing myself because I chose to do something stupid.
I also really like how the alpina looks on the 725 as compared to any other fork.
it should be made a sticky at this point.
dude, did you put extra fast shipping on that box? i just realized it got to my house faster than it wouldve when you were in beverly, crazy.
Ride everything. Shave nothing.
They're not on our site but my shop sells unbranded Cinelli/Columbus carbon forks (exactly like those included with the Vigorelli/MASH framesets) that are drilled and plugged in front.